Trips. Trails. Lodges. Eats. Paddles. An insider's guide to the unsung Four Corners.
Award-winning writer Laurence Gonzales discusses the psychology of survival why smart people make dumb mistakes.
See one couple's reluctant quest for enlightenment in an India yoga ashram.
In a forgotten corner of Russia, a little-known group of reindeer herders still lives by the old ways, shifting nomadically with the seasons. The question is, how long can it last?
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The sinking of the M/S Explorer was an Antarctic first. Here's a look at the state of Antarctic tourism.
Here are 12 escapes that guarantee you'll have a cool weekend.
Rebel billionaire Sir Richard Branson talks about his life of adventure.
Climber, runner, BASE jumper: athlete Dean Potter continually pushed the boundaries of some of the most extreme sports in the world.
The BASE jumper who died over the weekend said facing his fear of falling to his death is what drove him.
In what's called a mass ballooning, the tiny arachnids used silk strands to catch air currents on their way to a new home.
The pioneering climber, highliner, and wingsuit BASE jumper died while BASE jumping over the weekend.
Some species of jumping spiders use filters in their eyes to see colors like red and orange—an unexpected discovery.
Saturn will appear as a cream-colored star to the naked eye, and telescope users can gaze at its sunlit rings.
A dart hunt of an endangered antelope in Texas sparks debate over a new "green" approach to catch-and-release hunting.
People take extreme measures to get rid of bedbugs. Some have been driven to suicide, says author.
The Hendo uses magnets to move riders on a cushion of air. A faster version debuts in October and skate parks may follow..
ISIS closes in on World Heritage Site of Palmyra in Syria. Will this 2,000-year-old city face the same fate as Nimrud and Nineveh?
On Endangered Species Day, there are thousands of species that may not be around for long.
Some insects, like honeybees and fruit flies, slumber just like us—and can get sloppy without their Zzzs, research shows.